JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Mitt and Ann Romney failed to list investment income from a Swiss bank account on financial disclosure forms filed last year. And other income is missing from the disclosure documents required of presidential candidates.
A Romney spokeswoman says the adjustments are "trivial" and "will not alter the overall picture" of the Romneys' finances.
Romney's campaign said Thursday it's updating the financial disclosure forms after the Romneys' 2010 tax return, released this week after intense pressure from his rivals, revealed the existence of the Swiss account.
The Swiss account was held in Ann Romney's blind trust. The tax returns show the Romneys made $1,783 in interest income from that account in 2010.